The Arizona Cardinals released wide receiver Andy Isabella on Tuesday and signed center Billy Price from the Las Vegas Raiders' practice squad.
The club also signed kicker Matt Ammendola to the practice squad and released quarterback Jarrett Guarantano from the practice squad.
Isabella, 25, has been a bust as a 2019 second-round draft pick with only 33 catches and three touchdowns over three-plus seasons.
Isabella has two catches for 21 yards in three games this season, raising his career totals to 447 yards in 39 games (three starts).
Price, who turns 28 next week, was a 2018 first-round pick by the Cincinnati Bengals. He started 15 of his 16 games last season with the New York Giants.
Ammendola, 25, arrives after a short stint in Kansas City. He subbed in for the injured Harrison Butker in Weeks 2 and 3 but was cut by the Chiefs last week after missing a PAT and a 34-yard field goal in a Week 3 loss to Indianapolis.
Starting kicker Matt Prater was unable to finish last Sunday's win at Carolina due to a hip injury, leading Arizona to use running back Eno Benjamin to kick off three times against the Panthers.
--Field Level Media